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Brands

  • Camille

    Camille

    Camille Vial spent her first fashion years in Paris after a master in stylisme in Berlin. Then she worked six years for French multimass clothing companies in New Delhi. When she came back to France Camille knew she wanted to create a fashion world of her own, a lot more ethical one. Raphaël Vial, Camille´s brother, comes from a business school. Passionated by the sea, he was a skipper for a while on a ship protecting the environment. So creating an eco-responsoable fashion company was not such a bad idea for him. That’s the way the Camille family fashion firm started. There are three ideas that are the DNA of Camille : substainability fashion, cruelty free vegan fashion and local fabricating, made in France.

  • Fantôme

    Fantôme

    From Bordeaux comes the familiy affair Fantôme. They had the genius idea to make handbags from bicycles used inner tubes, collected in the South-west of France. The bags are not just modern and stylish but also very resistant and durable thanks to the inner tubes. The DNA of Fantôme is : not to produce something that does not last and will be replaced at the end of the season. That ecological idea of recycling goes even further as not animal suffering is needed, there is not even clue in the Fantôme products because they are 100% vegan and cruelty free.

  • Jean Louis Mahé

    Jean Louis Mahé

    Jean Louis Mahé in based in Aix en Provence designs bags with no animal fabrics (100% vegan and environmental friendly) choosing its partners carefully according to their ecological and ethical charts. The brands name is honoring the name of the stylist, Virginie Barbier’s grand-parents as an echo to ethical tradition : respecting the nature, loving it and be amazed about the wonders of the planet, all that being humble. Jean Louis Mahé is Peta labelized and won the prize for the best vegan ban in 2017 for Antilope, reminding the wild nature of Asia and Africa, a constant inspiration for the designer.

  • Kweder

    Kweder

    Kweder is an italian brand that comes from the island of Sicily and the cultural heritage can easily be seen in the design (painting, mosaique, antiques), all handmade in Italy. The brand was created by the Kweder sisters in 2016, reuniting local artistic inspiration and local fabrication as well as reducing pollution. All Kweders bags are made without any animal fabrics, cruelty free, vegan and all fabrics are easilly traceable and identifiable. Kweder uses a very modern lazer cutting to decorate some of its bags inspired by Sicilian broderies and are in several pastel colors as pale green, light blue and poudre pink. Kweder is clearly inspired by Itallian romanticism et Mediterrian colors, the art of live proudly assumed.

  • Paola Borde

    Paola Borde

    Paola Borde is the first French brand of vegan art leather and uses methods worthy of a luxury home. Luxury leather goods has always worked with noble materials such as crocodile, alligator or grained calfskin. For Paola Borde, nobility lies in ecological materials with the knowledge that no suffering was involved. Therefore, Paola Borde works with vegan leather such as cork. Just as resistant and of the highest quality. Paola Borde also uses walnut wood prepared by exceptional expert cabinetmakers. Walnut is very light but strong wood, contrary to what one could imagine. Each bag is designed and sawn entirely by hand, which explains longer production time than machine made items. Ecology and sustainability remain key for Paola Borde, both in the choice of product materials and in the choice of packaging only with recycled materials.

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